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  • CData Arc (formerly RSSBus) Released!

    by CData Arc Marketing | May 22, 2019

    The latest CData Arc 2019 release is a significant evolutionary update. Building on a robust foundation of integration features, this release further refines the user experience for building and managing workflows and extends CData Arc with powerful connectivity features. New 2019 Features and Upda... [read more]


  • The Benefits of MFT Modernization: Moving Beyond Siloed File Transfer

    by CData Arc Marketing | February 04, 2019

    Organizations increasingly rely on data to serve customers, drive decision-making, and power business processes. This data is typically stored in files, across disparate applications, databases, and local machines and must be moved across the organization quickly to respond to real-time customer de... [read more]


  • API vs. EDI: Why Not Both?

    by CData Arc Marketing | January 28, 2019

    Since the early 70s, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has been the gold standard for exchanging information for supply chain workflows. EDI establishes a set of messaging standards for transferring data from system to system in electronic format without the need for paper and manual processes. But... [read more]


  • Solving the Most Common Challenges of EDI Integration

    by CData Arc Marketing | December 28, 2018

    Businesses across the supply chain commonly use electronic data exchange (EDI) to transfer business documents in a timely manner. Whenever you embark on an EDI integration, you'll encounter many moving parts. You'll need to perform file transfer and translation, build and parse EDI documents, and t... [read more]


  • Bulk/Batch Processing with CData Arc

    by CData Arc Marketing | December 17, 2018

    If you're looking to integrate data from multiple systems into a data warehouse or data lake, you have several options. These include batch processing, triggering workflows in real time, and publish/subscribe. CData Arc gives you a single tool with a single user interface you can use for all these ... [read more]